Author: Tenille Bonoguore
Quantum computing will rely on having a working quantum memory, but how can you verify if that memory really is…
/Aug 10, 2018
By coming up with new combinations of nature’s tiniest pieces, Timothy Hsieh creates blueprints for novel phenomena that could be…
/Jul 25, 2018
Former Perimeter grad student Cohl Furey suspects eight-dimensional numbers called “octonions” could unlock secrets of the universe, and she’s not…
/Jul 20, 2018
By getting out early and grappling with the challenges that entails, quantum entrepreneurs are bridging the divide between theory and…
/May 15, 2018
One question dominated the Waterloo Global Science Initiative’s 2018 summit: how do we steer the world towards sustainable development?
/May 10, 2018
Researchers are seeing cracks in the structure of science. The solution, they suggest, could be to create a new, open-plan…
/May 08, 2018
“Inspiring Future Women in Science” event delivers bold dreams and reality-checks for science-loving teens: the world is full of possibilities,…
/Mar 08, 2018
Rather than battle it out to obsolescence, new research shows how quantum and classical systems can evolve together.
/Feb 26, 2018
It’s a debate that has been going for millennia: how did the universe begin? As this feature from Quanta explains,…
/Feb 01, 2018
A recap of some of the scientific achievements that made 2017 an exciting year for physics and astronomy.
/Dec 19, 2017